Hurva Synagogue. Jerusalem, Israel (2011)

About this project

This rare project is a precise restoration of this ancient synagogue which was destroyed over 200 years ago in the old city of Jerusalem. Nahum Meltze, the architect assigned for this project selected the Ramon Cream in a fine chiseled finish and the Ramon Grey in a sandblasted finish for the exterior cladding of the building. This amazing work included complicated architectural stone details, which were produced by a CNC machine at the Grebelsky factory. The result is phenomenal and the Hurva Synagogue is back to full operation ever since this restoration, just like it was in the ancient days.

Stones and Finishes featured in this project